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EGR European Gospel Radio

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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
EGR is owned and operated by NEXUS-IBA, a non profit association of broadcasters and program producers
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50 inmates get tour of Vatican gardens, Sistine Chapel
VATICAN CITY (AP) — The Vatican has opened its doors, temporarily, to 50 inmates from Rome's Rebibbia prison. The inmates got a private tour Sunday of the lush Vatican gardens and listened to Pope Francis' Sunday blessing from the frescoed splendor of the Sistine Chapel.

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Marco Rubio's Mormon play
Rubio is subtly leveraging his LDS background to build support in Nevada, where the state’s LDS community isn’t huge – Mormons make up just a small percentage of the population – but represents an influential constituency in Republican politics. Rubio has held kitchen table meetings and private....

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The 'Obamification' of Pope Francis
He's being "Obamified." The charismatic pope, who arrives in the United States on September 22, has gained fans in and out of the Catholic Church for denouncing unfettered capitalism, warning about climate change and urging mercy toward divorced couples and women who have had abortions. He's also sparked a strange trend.

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Beware of the Prosperity Gospel
By Femi Aribisala Comments God is contemptuous of prosperity preachers. He says: “They give useless medicine for my people’s grievous wounds, for they assure them all is well when that isn’t so at all!” (Jeremiah 8:10-11). The prosperity gospel maintains the redemption in Christ Jesus is also redemption from financial poverty.

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Reyaad Khan: How model pupil in Wales became Islamic State poster child in Syria
Three years ago, two brothers from the same area, Riverside, were jailed for plotting to bomb the London Stock Exchange as part of a campaign of al-Qaeda-inspired attacks across the capital in the run-up to Christmas. An ethnically mixed district described by one resident as a "mini United Nations",....

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For Pope Francis, an unfinished mission in Cuba
This article by Nick Miroff appeared in The Washington Post . We thanks Peter Jordens for bringing this item to our attention. For the original report follow the link below, where you will also find a number of links to other articles on the Papal visit to Cuba.

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Peace advocates to hold town hall meeting in wake of recent wave of homicides
Buffalo organizations including Stop the Violence Coalition and Peacemakers are veterans of the front lines – intervening with gangs, stopping fights and showing up for court dates on the behalf of young offenders. If it were not for their work as ȁ#x201c;boots on the ground,ȁ#x201d; the leaders believe, violence in the city would be worse.

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Peace advocates to hold Town Hall meeting on violence against black men
Buffalo organizations including Stop the Violence Coalition and Peacemakers are veterans of the front lines – intervening with gangs, stopping fights and showing up for court dates on the behalf of young offenders. If it were not for their work as ȁ#x201c;boots on the ground,ȁ#x201d; the leaders believe, violence in the city would be worse.

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Pope Francis: We all, including me, risk becoming hypocrites
[Vatican Radio report on the Holy Father’s homily at the September 11 and September 10 morning Mass at his Santa Marta residence.] Pope Francis said on Fridat we must learn to not judge others or we all risk becoming hypocrites includ-ing the Pope himself.

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Saturday’s TV tips
America’s Got Talent (3e, 3.30 and 4.30pm) The first live episode of the season takes place at Radio City Music Hall. Host Nick Cannon is joined by judges Heidi Klum, Mel B, Howard Stern and Howie Mandel and a massive audience who have come to be wowed by tonight's acts.

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Previous Papal Visits Changed Little, But Cubans Hopeful For Pope Francis
Pope Francis will be headed to Cuba for three days next week, before his eventual trip to the U.S. The visit comes at a time of change for the island nation, Yet it's not the first the first time a pope has paid a visit to Cuba. In 1998, Pope John Paul II arrived in Cuba — and it was clear from the start that the visit had a specific purpose.

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